Programs That Help

Are you seeking assistance?  In addition to The Salvation Army programs you will learn about here, we also encourage you to call 2-1-1 for information about how our partner agencies may also be able to assist your family.  

During his ministry on Earth, Jesus put a premium on helping those in need. He taught his followers they will be expected to provide food for the hungry, and to give clothes to those who are without.   Everywhere He went, He healed people from sickness and restored them to health.  He gave instructions that those with two coats should be willing to share one with somebody who has none at all. He said, "Remember the poor, for they will be with you always."

In considering these teachings, one might say that Jesus was heavily involved in social service.  The various social ministry programs of The Salvation Army are an effort to spread the love of Jesus by helping those who are in need.

The Salvation Army strives to be timely and efficient as it examines and addresses needs within a community. It continues to seek ways to change people's lives by elevating the human spirit through the gift of Christian love. We lift people up - get them on their feet - help them grow in all dimensions of life.

Shelter Ministries

The Salvation Army provides emergency refuge for 96 men, women, and children 365 days a year as they work to successfully rebuild their lives.

Adult Rehabilitation

This is a six month residential program for 40 men that is focused on spiritual growth, addiction recovery, and becoming self-sufficient upon graduation.

Social Ministries

Everyday, families face a variety of crises whether they need food or help with utilities. For many, The Salvation Army is their last hope.

Christmas Assistance

Need knows no season. In 2014, over 5,000 children were provided Christmas toys by The Salvation Army in Greenville, Pickens, and Oconee Counties.

Shelter Ministries

The Salvation Army provides emergency refuge for 96 men, women, and children 365 days a year as they work to successfully rebuild their lives.

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Adult Rehabilitation

This is a six month residential program for 40 men that is focused on spiritual growth, addiction recovery, and becoming self-sufficient upon graduation.

Read More

Social Ministries

Everyday, families face a variety of crises whether they need food or help with utilities. For many, The Salvation Army is their last hope.

Read More

Christmas Assistance

Need knows no season. In 2014, over 5,000 children were provided Christmas toys by The Salvation Army in Greenville, Pickens, and Oconee Counties.

Read More